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Tuesday, November 30, 2004
University Outlines 50 Year Landscaping Plan
Newscenter has an article on conceptual landscape changes to Berkeley over the next few years as outlined by the Landscape Master Plan and the Landscape Heritage Plan. The plans detail 29 different projects, among them:
-The Renovation of Sproul Plaza (which was completed this summer)
-A new revamped "Wheeler Glade, which would open up the area upstream from Sather Gate, with seat walls sloping down to Strawberry Creek"
-Demolition of Evans Hall (apparently it is "chief among [campus landscape] weaknesses")
-"Restoring the central reflecting pool and landscape of the Hearst Mining Circle"
-"Restoration of Campanile Way to a 20-foot-wide pedestrian pathway"
Overall, the plan addresses most of the problem areas on campus. Most of these improvements are years away, so many of us will not be around to see them.Email This Post!
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